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Monday, August 6, 2012

Soundscape Installation

A Sound Garden (1:24) The Sound Garden created, by Douglas Holis, for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Seattle Washington, is a poetic grove of linear 21' high steel towers supporting wind-activated organ pipes mounted on vanes that move to face the wind. The site overlooks Lake Washington in Seattle. As people wander along the 300' custom brick and gravel path or sit on perforated steel benches, they encounter a beautiful shoreline, light, wind and sound as portrayed through the organ pipes. Source: You Tube

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